A fantastic list of playgrounds with a flying fox in our northern suburbs.
Seriously, who doesn’t love a flying fox? Clearly, the kids of Perth do because there are flying foxes popping up at just about every other playground around the suburbs. It certainly a drawcard to any park and now there are even flying foxes with accessible seats, making it easier for people of all abilities to have a go. Here’s where you can find a playground with a flying fox in Perth’s northern suburbs.
Charles Riley Reserve, North Beach North Beach Road, North Beach
The double flying fox has a seat with a harness for all abilities.
Wheelchair access to the top of the flying fox.
The park also has play equipment for various ages plus shaded areas.
Braithwaite Park, Mount Hawthorn 197 Scarborough Beach Road, Mount Hawthorn
Has two flying foxes.
The newer Nature Play area is primarily designed for children aged around 10 to 14 years and includes timber platforms and a high spider web.
The area for younger children has swings, a slide and climbing frame.
The park has toilets, picnic and barbeque facilities and plenty of parking.
Turanga Music is the perfect way to engage your kids in music, whether it be for the first time or as a booster to their instrumental learning for aural and music theory. Running every Saturday throughout September at Bull Creek Community Centre.